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    Conflict challenges, climate change on agenda of EU-US talks
    Feb06

    Conflict challenges, climate change on agenda of EU-US talks

    The European Union’s foreign policy chief says the Middle East, Ukraine and climate change are among the topics she plans to raise in upcoming talks with senior U.S. officials. Federica … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Conflict challenges, climate change on agenda of EU-US talks
    Feb06

    Conflict challenges, climate change on agenda of EU-US talks

    The European Union’s foreign policy chief says the Middle East, Ukraine and climate change are among the topics she plans to raise in upcoming talks with senior U.S. officials. Federica … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Nancy Pelosi cools Trump impeachment fever: “When and if he breaks the law, that is when something like that will come up”
    Feb06

    Nancy Pelosi cools Trump impeachment fever: “When and if he breaks the law, that is when something like that will come up”

    (Credit: AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) Democrats in Congress are under immense pressure to resist President Donald Trump at every turn, with a historic 40 percent of Americans already clamoring for the new president to be impeached. But the top Democrat in the House, Nancy Pelosi, is ruling out the extreme measure for now. At a news conference at...

    Kiev Is Fueling the War in Eastern Ukraine, Too
    Feb06

    Kiev Is Fueling the War in Eastern Ukraine, Too

    A muted White House isn’t just emboldening the Kremlin — it’s inciting the politics of war throughout Ukraine. …read more Source: Foreign...

    5 Reasons China and America Could Go to War
    Feb06

    5 Reasons China and America Could Go to War

    Harry J. Kazianis Security, Asia Would it go nuclear? While thankfully the chances of all-out war are remote, as all parties would have a tremendous amount to lose—including their own lives in a nuclear confrontation—the possibility remains, as history has taught us all too well. Here we will explore five ways Washington and Beijing could find...

    The West Isn’t Ready for a Revolution
    Feb06

    The West Isn’t Ready for a Revolution

    Ever since the wheels fell off of neoliberalism in 2008 and Barack Obama clinched the presidency, the West has grown increasingly dissatisfied with the way of the world—nowhere more than in the world’s richest nation. From Occupy and Bernie Sanders to the Tea Party and Donald Trump, many Americans across the political spectrum have called...

    Kremlin Says It Disagrees With Trump’s Assessment of Iran
    Feb06

    Kremlin Says It Disagrees With Trump’s Assessment of Iran

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Kremlin said on Monday it did not agree with U.S. President Donald Trump’s assessment of Iran as “the number one terrorist state” and wanted to deepen what it described as already good ties with Tehran. The Kremlin was responding to comments Trump made to Fox News in an interview aired over the weekend in...

    EU Envoys Back Keeping Sanctions Against Russia Over Ukraine
    Feb06

    EU Envoys Back Keeping Sanctions Against Russia Over Ukraine

    BRUSSELS—The European Union’s top diplomats vowed Monday to uphold sanctions against Russia for destabilizing conflict-torn Ukraine. Determined to wait no longer for a clear message from Washington, EU foreign ministers said their economic sanctions must remain in place until Russian President Vladimir Putin respects his promise to work for...

    EU Envoys Back Keeping Sanctions Against Russia over Ukraine
    Feb06

    EU Envoys Back Keeping Sanctions Against Russia over Ukraine

    The European Union’s top diplomats vowed Monday to uphold sanctions against Russia for destabilizing conflict-torn Ukraine, despite confusion over how U.S. President Donald Trump plans to manage his relations with Moscow. Determined to wait no longer for a clear message from Washington, EU foreign ministers said their economic sanctions...

    EU Envoys Back Keeping Sanctions Against Russia over Ukraine
    Feb06

    EU Envoys Back Keeping Sanctions Against Russia over Ukraine

    The European Union’s top diplomats vowed Monday to uphold sanctions against Russia for destabilizing conflict-torn Ukraine, despite confusion over how U.S. President Donald Trump plans to manage his relations with Moscow. Determined to wait no longer for a clear message from Washington, EU foreign ministers said their economic sanctions...